Connect with us

Music

Krooks The Felon Playball ft Gee $ Mon (Video) @KrookTheFelon

Published

on

Check out this dope music video for the fire Krooks The Felon Playball single ft. Gee $ Mon

Rapper Krooks The Felon has been taking over the San Diego underground rap scene. Over the past few years, he’s dropped numerous tracks that have gained a lot of attention. One of those tracks that set the streets on fire is Krooks’ smash hit single, Playball. This Krooks The Felon Playball record finds the San Diego native teaming up with fellow rap artist Gee $ Mon. It was released as one of the main singles off Krooks 92113 album which he dropped last year.  And the single was definitely a standout track off the well-received album with the fans giving tons of positive feedback about it.

Krooks picked up the clean production for his Playball single from a producer known as 4Dub Beatz. The rising emcee delivers some clever punchlines as he flows over the clean production with a comfortable easy. It’s also clear to see that Krooks The Felon and Gee $ Mon have great chemistry in the booth and know how to deliver a hit for the fans. In addition to releasing the catchy song, Krooks also dropped Playball’s accompanying visual treatment. It’s a dope music video that catches the energy of the song and holds viewers attention. The clean set of visuals for the record was filmed by the director RGxIMG. Go ahead and push the play button so you can enjoy watching the official music video for Krooks The Felon’s Playball collaboration with Gee $ Mon down below. After you watch the video, head over here so you can check out Krooks’ full 92113 album.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Comments

Music

Bankreaux Preps “Hate2Love” Release With New Visual “L.O.W.A.”

Published

on

By

Have you felt lower than low?

Atlanta artist Bankreaux, currently residing in San Antonio, has returned with his latest visual, LOWA. The Bankshot Films visual shows Bank in his own element, showing the energy behind every word. Featuring production from Denzel Stone, the track serves as an appetizer for his next project Hate2Love, a follow up to his 2020 release Love Hate.

Bank is on 10 from start to finish here, approaching the instrumental with the aggression and vibrato that’s become his lyrical stamp. In just 2 minutes Bank rings home a point everyone can relate to, the determination to do whatever it takes to survive.

Get lowa than low to Bankreaux’s LOWA below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XffDfPAEqs

Follow Bankreaux:
https://www.instagram.com/nospacenocap

Continue Reading

Artist

New Jersey’s OnlyJahmez Releases New Single, “Thoughts In My Head”

Published

on

Screen Shot 2021-02-26 at 1.31.17 PM

In his much anticipated release, hip-hop artist, OnlyJahmez, debuts “Thoughts in My Head” – a dark and twisty view into his mind, relationships, enemies, and his self-perception.

Following up from his previous singles, “Akon,” with over 100,000 views, and “Tiff Banister ft. Lil Wayne,” OnlyJahmez’s “Thoughts in My Head” serves as the lead single for his next album, RIOT. In “Thoughts in My Head,” he raps, “Too many problems and weed/I think I’m better alone.”

With fluttering high hats and dark synths looming under the track, “Thoughts in My Head” is the perfect song to describe OnlyJahmez’s artistic vision and thought process.

Listen to “Thoughts in My Head” down BELOW!

https://open.spotify.com/track/2J9qel7zmcgEj3XZBUheva?si=bb2d86b37f10425c

 

Continue Reading
Advertisement

The Latest Out

Trending

*